Leo Villareal '90, "Animating Light"

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014 at 4pm - 5pm

Location: Sheffield-Sterling-Strathcona Hall, 1 Prospect Street, New Haven

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Victor M. Tyler Distinguished Lectureship in Engineering

Leo Villareal, Yale College Class of 1990, Artist; Pioneer in the use of LEDs and Computer-Driven Imagery will speak on the topic of Animating Light.

There will be a reception in Café Ground at the Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science after the lecture. For the latest news about this event, please visit the SEAS Events page.

"Villareal’s visit to Yale celebrates the creation of the Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science LED Digital Canvas located in the engineering café Ground located in the Becton Engineering Center.  This installation uses the same LED lights and computer system used in many of Villareal’s projects.  Yale’s LED Digital Canvas is available for all of Yale to express thoughts using dynamic light."

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For more event details, please contact Isabella Quagliato at the Yale School of Engineering & Applied Science (isabella.quagliato@yale.edu).

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